Rebellious Times

Drivers Education

William Leach, Co-Editor

May 20, 2019

As we get older, we naturally get more and more responsibilities. One of those responsibilities is learning how to drive. Most commonly people start learning how to drive around their freshman or sophomore year. You can usually go through the school and take their drivers ed program. With this program, you learn the necessar...

Why Vaccinations are so Important

Why Vaccinations are so Important

May 20, 2019

Ever since the first vaccine was invented in 1796 we humans have been making these vaccines regulator...

Fashion Trends

Brendan Courter, Co-Editor

May 20, 2019

Fashion is temporary. The hottest trends tend not to last long, maybe a few years or more. Remember Heelys? The shoes with wheels embedded in the soles that allowed you to skate around all of life’s responsibilities? They’re more than a little dead no and are unlikely to make a comeback. Not every bit of fashion dies so ha...

What We Can Learn From Kirstjen Nielsen Leaving Homeland Security

John Sutter, Writer

April 22, 2019

On April 7 at 6:02 PM, President Trump announced that Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen was stepping down. He stated that “ Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen will be leaving her position, and I would like to thank her for her service[.]” This comes as scrutiny of the border increases. The acti...

Joe Biden’s Biggest Problem

Joe Biden’s Biggest Problem

April 8, 2019

Joe Biden has been around a long time. He, like the country, has moved left. During that time, he had ...

Senioritis Sweeps the Seniors

Samantha Reed, Writer

March 29, 2019

When asked, Zach explained that "upon realizing how close [he] was to finally [be] able to leave," he felt the overwhelming feeling often called senioritis. "I would describe senioritis as the wearing down of one's mental status and job ethic as he or she approaches [graduation]," senior Zach Smith explained. Though some be...

College Visits: How to Prepare

College Visits: How to Prepare

February 25, 2019

On Monday I went on a college tour at Indiana University Southeast. It was a fantastic experience, and...

Car Care Tips?

Brendan Courter, Co-Editor

February 19, 2019

Have a car? Yes? I can’t blame you: cars are pretty cool. Know how to take care of that care? No? I can’t blame you: cars are pretty complicated.   The door handle of my car has fallen off six times this week alone, I haven’t checked my oil or tire pressure in six months, and my car can’t go in reverse...

The State of the Union: A Watching Guide

John Sutter, Writer

February 10, 2019

If you missed the State of the Union and may or may not attend to watch it later here are some thoughts. The State of the Union laid an interesting groundwork for the next few years of divided government. President Trump went partisan on immigration, but not on all issues. On a couple of issues that he decided to highlight th...

Ask Larry

Ask Larry

February 7, 2019

Q: Do you think it's okay to wear pajamas in public? I feel comfy in pajamas, but I also feel self-c...

Chromebook Use in School

Hugh Smith

February 4, 2019

   Technology is known to be used widely, but as it is used more by the populous, so does their usage and overall effect in school increase. With the recent introduction of Chromebooks, teachers have shared their thoughts on how it affects learning in the classrooms around the school. Morgan Hensley, who is the te...

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